A lot more people, a lot less stores than expected. “Breakfast” was a wagyu burger from En Izakaya. That sauce was ridiculously runny and dripped over my new hi tops T^T Otherwise, the touch of wasabi was fantastic.
Taiyaki are my new pancakes. I spent 10 minutes in line for this.
Bottom right is wasabi and sake flavoured ice cream. Sake was really subtle but pleasant all the same. Of course, wasabi ended up obscuring the flavour afterwards. It’s brilliantly odd - whilst cool to the tongue, it leaves you with that familiar heated sensation.
I’m not sure what to think, and I’m too proud to ask. I won’t forget this day for a long, long time.
Dinnerrr~! They make a good curry. Decided to go with fried tofu salad today, but I still think their potato salad is a better option. Surprisingly enough I haven’t been eating out lately. Not surprisingly, I still haven’t gotten any work done haish.
Never mind, we had a good picnic in the afternoon under the shade of some random tree on the grounds, eating, yelling, filming, shouting at random kids and noting a super spy leaving the grounds. Looking forward to the compilation book.
Wonderbao Yep. I’m just going to keep going back until I try everything on their damned menu (thankfully it isn’t too long ^^;) So far so good. That braised pork belly gua bao was great <3
The Mess Hall 51 Bourke St, CBD CORN FRITTERS. RAWR. Oh cream cheese, you’re a welcome addition to the fritter family, you’re welcome anytime.
Twenty & Six Espresso Hot chocolate was wonderful. Not the typical chocolate powder/flakes melted in warm milk, but this luscious, thick, thick chocolate that glides smoothly down your throat, leaving you with a warm fuzzy feeling…of sadness (Why did I not try you sooner during winter ;___; Parting is such sweet sorrow m’dear.)
BrimCC Organic Soup and Japanese cafe 601 Little Collins St, CBD
I was already seduced by the sweet smell of curry on entry. My Beef Curry + Potato Salad Set was a steal at $9.50 and the bowls were looking spick and span by the time I was through with it! Beef and vegetables are oh so tender, flavoured by the slightly viscous curry. And then there’s the potato salad - light and fluffy, with what I think was mustard to add a degree of potency.
A well balanced meal that gets an A in both quality and quantity ^^
Quantity over quality, which isn’t anything new. It’s a good deal ($9) for two pieces of pork (one spanning the diameter of the bowl), a fair amount of noodles and other pictured ingredients..just don’t drink the soup. It’s a salt bath.